Gear On Tour: Deutsche Bank\nWhat players are using for the season's second playoff event.\nHunter Mahan has been testing these new FootJoy shoes since the British Open. Quite spiffy, no?\nThe sole of the new FootJoy shoes has five cleats and many traction nubs that vary in size.\nJustin Rose is using his custom forged milled Ghost putter this week. The two weights can be customized for ideal performance.\nThe face of Rose's custom putter does not have an insert.\nJason Dufner pays homage to his alma mater with this Auburn University headcover.\nDufner's custom Vokey SM4 58-degree wedge is bent to 54 degrees. It also has "DUF" stamped on it, 15 times. We're pretty sure this isn't the best word to reiterate before a pitch shot.\nBrendon de Jonge also has his initials stamped on his Vokey wedge, but just once.\nSuperStroke is showing off their Ryder Cup grips -- one for the Americans and one for the Europeans. Let the tension begin!\nJim Furyk's Callaway X Forged wedges have a high bounce angle and a fairly aggressive sole grind.\nThe design of Matt Kuchar's custom Bridgestone J40 blade irons offers a (tiny) bit of forgiveness.\nFor those of us who aren't Ryder Cup-crazed, SuperStroke still offers plenty of colorful options.\nJason Dufner uses the SuperStroke grips, along with several other players, like Vijay Singh. The thicker grip is designed to quiet your wrists during your putting stroke.\nTour Edge's new XCG5 5-wood is on the practice range this week.